Category: women

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Mormons and death: Giving the gift of life

When I first signed up to write this post, I had stories to tell. Specific stories about how tragedy in one family lead to a new dawn for another. How tearful prayers on one...

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Guest Post: Dark Theaters Make Me Think

by TopHat (TopHat blogs at With Your Mutual Approbation and the bee in your bonnet. She has 2 children who take up her knitting time, but she forgives them for that.) This week I was invited...

Poll: Marriage and Motherhood

In the Spring 2011 Journal of Mormon History, Catherine A. Brekus wrote an article titled ‘Mormon Women and Agency’, wherein she discusses the marginalization of Mormon women in American historiography, as well as the issue...

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Guest Post: They Weren’t Trying to be Mean…

by DefyGravity (DefyGravity Just graduated from BYU in theatre education and history teaching. She’s a theatre addict, avid reader, anglophile and she’s been a raging feminist since she was in junior high, which fortunately hasn’t scared away...

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Poll: Fathers and Feminism

My dad first told me the story of Miriam one Sunday morning as he was preparing a Gospel Doctrine lesson.  His interpretation of the story was unlike anything I heard in Church–a woman as the...